Although the implemented driver has small dimensions, it operates at a high efficiency of above 94% and accepts input voltages up to 60 VDC. On request, it can be assembled with LED shunts to solves open LEDs failures for still higher module reliability. These smart LED modules provide a dimming input that can be PWM or analog controlled. Additionally, a proximity sensor can be connected to dimming input for presence detection and light switching.
The module has adimensions of 145×43 mm and total height only 4,1 mm to fit into thin 2×6 street lighting optics. The distance between the LEDs is 25,4 mm and MCPCB thickness is 1,5 mm. This module is compatible with optics from Ledil, Carclo, and most other producers. It can be adapted according to the customer’s needs on request, including dimensions and LEDs positions.
Assembled, for instance, with Cree XT-E (luminous flux > 2300 lm and hot efficiency of > 110 lm/W @ Tsp = 70°C, CCT = 4000K, CRI >70), pricing starts at Euro 14.9 @ 1k quantity. Based on customer needs we are able to assemble the modules with different LED brands and types, including white, colour, IR and UV LEDs.
The module can be used in many application like low bay, high bay, street lighting, wall washers, plant growing, UV curing, IR security vision and in other special purposes. This custaomable LED module just needs to be connected with a central or individual 48 VDC power supply. It is possible to combine as many modules as needed to creating a lighting system.
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